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solano way on grant street in concord. he was in the crosswalk. >> saying all of the prayers in the world. hopefully he will be better soon. >> reporter: concord police say the woman who hit hornsby was cooperative. investigators say she was not speeding and was not under the influence. and the driver was not taken into custody. >> that kind of infuriates me. she hit somebody. my son can't walk away from this. i don't know the out couple of my son. and -- outcome of my son. and she's at home. >> reporter: hornsby was walking to basketball practice at mt. diablo high school when the accident happened. we watched his teammates praying for him last night at the school. tancriti said this has always been a dangerous street to cross because drivers don't always stop for pedestrians. she hopes the city will put in stop signs here. >> it's not well set up and it's not safe for anybody. >> reporter: and i talked briefly this morning with a spokesperson from the city of concord. she told me she didn't have any information about plans for safety improvement measures at that interparticular intersec
in the city of concord and the senseless act of vandalism is costing many residents hundreds of dollars. brian flores is talking to some people and has more. >> reporter: we're live here at the 1400 of bel air drive at a condo complex. at least ten cars in this complex alone had their tires slashed. an additional 50 in the concord area. residents -- residents are trying to find other ways to get around and are paying for it. some concord residents are left with frustration. >> we're looking at $800 replacing all of the four tires because it's all the four tires that were damaged. >> reporter: she has not the only one -- she was not the only one. police say the first calls came in before 7:00 a.m. on sunday targeting glazer drive, mochado drive and bel air drive. at least nine cars were hit at one condo complex. >> it's a non-gated entry. i think that would help, or maybe just someone patrolling. we don't really know what the situation is going to be. >> kind of disheartening. to see our customers coming in having to deal with that. >> reporter: tire stores around concord were busy all day. the
in concord leaves one man with life threatening injuries. he was walking across clayton road near bailey road about 6:15 last night when a car hit him. investigators say the 52-year- old man was not in the crosswalk at the time. he was later rushed to john mere medical center. now the police say they know who hit him and the investigation goes on. >>> a debate over gun sales leads to death threats. ktvu janine de la vega live now to tell us what is expected to be a very emotional town meeting tonight in los gatos. >> reporter: dave, people are passionate about this issue of gun control and this gun store. now here is a sampling of some of the e-mails that people wrote into the town council after last weeks meeting but one person took it too far and made a death threat against the gun store owner here. now the attorney for templar sports says his client the stores owner robert chang received a death threat at his home after last weeks town council meeting. he said san jose police are investigating. his concern about chang and the other two inners. according to los gatos website the meeting wil
over to concord. we have a 10 to 15 minute wait at the toll plaza. the metering lights laid down and there are no problems on the bridge. it still looks good from vallejo to panola, same thing with fremont, traffic looks okay. let's go to steve. >>> napa airport and oakland downtown hit 68 degrees and not today, there is a little bit more in the way of coastal low clouds and also some patchy fog and santa rosa is clear. there is a slight component of an offshore breeze and 30s for many of us, 31 up in bolder creek, cupertino 33, 34 up in kentfield. there is some cold readings which is slightly cooler than yesterday. you can see a little bit of that fog right there and that was not the case yesterday. fog sun mild coast and bay, i think that fog will get chewed up pretty fast. 50s to mid-60s, it may be warmer and santa cruz fremont in there as well. not much change and warmer weather kicks in thursday into friday and the weekend is starting off well, it will just be a little bit cooler. >>> the number of homeowners who are late on mortgage payments continues to drop. the delinquen
. >>> in overnight news, a crash in concord leaves one man with life-threatening injuries. police say he was walking across clayton road near bay lie road around 6:15 last night when a car hit him. investigators say the 52-year- old man was not in a crosswalk. he was rushed to john muir medical center. police know who hit him. an investigation is still underway. >>> copper thieves are causing big problems for bay area drivers. alex savidge has a look at -- a look at this problem. >> reporter: copper thieves could be partly to blame for that lengthy commute. they targeted metering lights here at the isabel avenue entrance to 580 here. i will show you what they did. they broke into this electrical box here and they ripped off the valuable copper wire inside and hence the metering lights at this exit/entrance have been out for the couple of weeks. caltrans says a total of 599 lights have been vandalled -- 59 lights have been vandalized. the cost, $35,000 just to repair one of those lights. it takes several months to do the replacement work. thieves are ripping out copper wire from stoplights and freewa
. richmond, 59. 63, concord. about the same for brentwood and antioch. berkeley, alameda, 59. 64 los gatos. 66 gilroy, one of the warmest toward the santa clara valley and then because of that fog. 50s on the coast. much of san francisco could be some low 60s along the embarcadero. low to mid-60s on the peninsula. we'll go 64 in redwood city. i think the same tomorrow and then warmer weather thursday into friday. we'll top it out on friday. the weekend looks pretty good. just a little bit cooler. >> thank you, steve. >>> 7:11 the search for a wanted l.a. officer moves in a different direction and the unusual item he spot at a sporting good store days before the killings began. >>> and is a worship docked in alameda haunted? what the u.s. is going to do on the u.s.s. hornet to find out. >>> a lot of low clouds and fog returning to the coast. still the same but not as warm as yesterday. the low fog deck is hanging out in san francisco. upper 50s near the coast. >>> 7:13. there's new video of the former los angeles police officer wanted for killing three people. police have learned that chris
, a camel on the loose in concorde. they brought traffic to a standstill took hours to capture. we are live in concorde tonight with measures the owners taking to try to keep that camel secure. christian? >> reporter: take a look behind me might be able to the traffic is able to move through this area, this is the area where the camel was yesterday. today, this afternoon, i spoke with the camel's caretaker and he assures me that the camel is behind the fence and a holding pen was 70 tall walls and he is drinking lots of water and recovering from yesterday's excitement. >> through the 20 hours after he escaped this afternoon the cattle company to speak with bill the camel's caretaker and chopper two flew over the ranch and saw several exotic animals on the site the caretaker said the large animal veterinarian checked him out this morning and gave him a clean bill of health. he broke 3 cents yesterday and made all the way to bailey road where according to the california highway patrol a broken down motorists spotted him and called it in. and it drew traffic to a standstill into the front yar
. >> a concorde team remains in critical condition after being hit by a car in a crosswalk yesterday. the school held an emotional event in his honor >> this afternoon visiting devils in green against valley charter high school. the red devils dedicated this fresh thinking to critically injured teammate joey hornsby. he play shooting guard for mont diablo. >> played with him since 3rd grade so he's my friend. i'm going to do 110% today. >> he should've been out here playing with this. we have to separate a map >> tonight at children's hospital oakland 14-year-old hornsby is in critical condition and his mother tell us us with broken legs and dramatic range injury. >> they will be able to tell me if there's any brain damage until the swelling goes down until they bring him out of this induced,. >> that could be another three d ays. as a first reported last night it happened as joey walked to basketball practice. a car hit amid the smart crosswalk at solano and grant. it was early afternoon. the driver cooperated with police who said she was neither speeding nor under the influence. all traffic
anywhere from 3 to 6 above average. 63 in berkeley. 65 in oakland. concord, 6 a. concord you -- 65. concord you are typically 62. 64 san jose. 64 los gatos. a gorgeous day in santa cruz. mid-60s in the forecast. here's your extended forecast. there goes the numbers. afternoon highs upper 60s for tomorrow. low 70s, thursday, friday, holding onto this pattern through at least saturday. we have a system that will bring our temperatures down a little bit. a little cooler on sunday. still remaining dry with the uptick of the afternoon highs, our lows will go to the 40s in time for the weekend. >> thank you, rosemary. >> you are welcome. >>> it's a big day for highly -- for a highly-red member of our ktvu news team who happens to be a great lady and a wonderful friend. the city of oakland declared today, rita williams day. she officially received the official proclamation that honors her award-winning careers as a ground-breaking journalist. she's retiring tomorrow. she will be sorely missed. >>> the moods of investors are upbeat on wall street. you will hear why and some bay area people taking a
include livermore, concord and salinas. there will be delays up to 90 minutes at airports such as san francisco international. >>> president barack obama meets with two top senators to discuss the immigration laws. he will sit down with john mccain and lindsay graham. they are part of the gang of 8 working on immigration reform. >>> the snowstorm that slammed -- time now 4:34 we want to go to sal with a first look at traffic, sal? >>> good morning to you, we are doing well in many areas out there. just pardon me, we are looking apt the traffic which is moving along well and we had an earlier accident at panola road and traffic looks good but they are clearing up the roadwork and you can insert your own truck work there. this is a look at 280 as you get to highway 17 and that traffic is moving along very well. let's go to steve. >>> well, our pattern is not changing. our weak system is continuing march into the pacific northwest where they move into monster systems. it is an amazing amount of snow from the texas panhandle up towards kansas, i will show you in a second. 30s and 40s, not
something like this and i hope the city of concord finally wakes up and does something about that intersection because there will be more lives that will be in danger. last nights they linked hands. his mother said he will remain in a medically-induced coma for probably the next few days until the swelling on his brain goes down and at that point the doctor can give the family a better long time prognosis for what is to come, alex savage, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> north korea's latest test came through and they successfully conducted an underground test defying the un's rules. they are blaming united states hostility is the reason for that test. >>> white house said the president will talk about immigration reform rain storm he reform, -- immigration reform and creating jobs. >> the core emphasis on these big speeches remains the same and that's to make the economy work for the middle-class because the middle-class is the engine that drives this country forward. >> following the state of the union address, president barack obama will travel to three different communiti
in concord. his mother released this written statement also posted on the front door. she says in part until we have proof of life we cannot celebrate these rumors and sightings. >> family and friends of garrett and jamie kneel are still waiting to hear from the couple directly. i spoke by phone with han's mother. she told me the family has received phone calls from the u.s. em intas and peruvian government. the officials say the couple have been spotted in a remote village in peru and the two are on a boat on the river and a plane is being sent to find them. a family friend told us everyone is just anxious to hear from the couple after no contact for a month. >> we're hopeful, of course. remaining kind of optimistically cautious, you know, waiting for proof of life at this point hoping the stories we've heard recently are true. >> this afternoon at the bike shop where jamie neal works, her boss told us he received word that the couple had been found in a remote area where there is no telephone or internet service, and that may explain why they stopped posting their whereabouts on social med
says fog, concord said fog, livermore fog, moffett says fog in the areas well. mostly sunny today after that fog but the fog retreats back to the coast and stays there and keeping temperatures in the 50s. for some it will be warmer inland and 58 now alameda to 62 in brentwood, there is a difference compared to last week. 59 fremont, 59 santa cruz, not that 79-degree temperature anymore. too much of the that low summertime pattern i think. we will have some light rain thursday into friday but it is the colder air coming in and temperatures will be very chilly over the weekend. >>> search crews will be back out looking for a missing man in santa rosa, what family members are saying about his health and his bizarre behavior before he disappeared. >>> the super bowl who won the big money battle. >> also, another one making headlines, president barack obama goes on the road rallying for tougher gun control ideas. ♪ yeeeowwww! ♪ hot mess hot mess hot mess ♪ ♪ you're a hot kind of love you set me on fire ♪ ♪ you spice up my night feed my every desire ♪ jack's one hit wonder is no
the original parol violation. >>> workers at a mobile phone store in concord say someone drove a pickup truck right through the front window today as part of a robbery. it happened at 6:00 this morning in concord at the team mobile store in the clayton shopping center. whoever was inside that store stole several phones and then took off. >>> new at 6:00, governor jerry brown today pushed to change a stringent and controversial state law that some say requires the use of toxic flame retardant in every day items. jade hernandez is in berkeley tonight with the change the governor wants manufacturers to make asap. jade-- >> reporter: frank, we're not very far from a store here in berkeley that already sells items without flame retar -- retardant in their products. but they're not the only ones thinks of the preprocautions. >> some of the things are outdated. >> reporter: but after today their goods may be more mainstream. >> the governor of california changed the game. >> reporter: michael green with the center of environmental health says flame retardants are toxic. >> we at the center for envi
week's deadline. >> we are at an airport in concord where 275 aircrafts take off and land here every day. it is all of the people that work here that guide them in and out safely. >> reporter: there may be turbulence ahead for the people who rely on buchanan field for their lively hood. >> it will be a big impact if they shutdown the towers. >> reporter: and the airports in livermore, san carlos may have their control towers shutdown if a deal is not reached by the end of next week. >> we are beginning discussions with our unions to likely close more than 100 air traffic control towers at airports with fewer than 150,000 flight opraeugs per year. >> reporter: they provide fuel, parking and other services to the planes here. the president of that company says without a control tower, air traffic would go down, corporate jets make up 80% of his business. >> it is really dangerous to operate without the tower. and a lot of our business jet carriers will not land here if it is shutdown. >> i might have to face employees off. >> my concern is safety. >> reporter: a flight instructor h
francisco i'm tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. >>> time is 5:02. over night news a crash in concord leaves one man with life threatening injuries. police say he was walking across clayton road at about 6:15 last night. investigators say the 52-year- old man was not in the crosswalk at the time. he was rushed to john mere medical center. they do know who hurt anymore >>> copper thees are are causing major trough. he's in river mother right few. >> reporter: copper thieves may be making your commute even worse and that is because they are going after the valuable copper wire that is in street lights and freeway signs and yes even in those freeway metering lights. like where we are this morning. this is isabel avenue and 580 in livermore right now. cal tran essentially saying they have seen 59 metering lights vandalized around the bay area in just the past year. and crews have only been able to fix 18 of them so far. problem is it costs about $35,000 to repair those meters and cal tran essentially just says they are having trouble keeping up. and in the meantime that is leading to more backup
, concord 39 with some low clouds around, santa rosa 35, napa 35, after the breeze breaks off, it will have good visibility, fog sun, it will be nice, colder lows though, again the wind is cranking up out of the northwest especially along the coast. 50s to near 60s and it is a fine line on high temperatures and tomorrow we will focus on high temperatures giving increasing clouds and rain develops late afternoon for most locations and the weekend looks good but morning lows will be cold. >>> thank you steve. most european stock markets are opening the day with gains and most are reacting to the market overnight. the nikkei jumped to its highest level and that's after he said he was leaving early and that's after the possibility that new leaders are adopting jaun tatetive -- adopting measures for many. >> reporter: the s&p 500 is back above that 1600 level. and the san francisco's farm bill took in 261 million. it is more than 51 million they forecasted. they play its games every day and that's up 11% from a year ago. >> all right, our time is now 5:20 it was announced just minutes ago, pam g
of death. >>> they left concord in the dark and a pathway on the bart station has been pitch black since thieves stole the copper wiring since july. they are increases volunteer patrols due to plans on safety and they plan on installing solar lights in the area until permanent lights are installed. >>> coming up at 6:25, the millions of dollar in taxpayer money and how it could affect your commute, we will explain. >>> there is a stalled car on the incline section of the westbound bridge and the metering lights are come on and it is very beyond and that means they are a little extra slow. it is not a crash but it will cause some slowed traffic and hopefully that will be gone very soon. give yourself some extra time and the fog is evident in some of these pictures so it is around this morning. let's look at interstate 880 where it's not foggy as you pass the coliseum and it is actually looking good there. on 880, that is gone as you drive from funnel to richmond. >> i would say mostly and inland it is not a problem but because of some of that fog in place, some are saying they can't see t
with a crash. on treat boulevard, watch for slow traffic coming from concord to walnut creek. after that, though, the traffic is doing well. if you get on the freeway in walnut creek, the traffic is better. westbound 80, we had reports of 80 westbound, involving a motorcycle but the chp is not reporting it. in richmond near central, we're trying to find it. hopefully it's not there. but we'll keep an eye on it for. and the tell's slide area. highway 1 at devil's side -- devil slide area. highway 1, devil's slide. they are blocking a lane there. there's only two lanes there. so they have to do traffic control. let's go to the toll plaza, the traffic is backed you for about a 15-minute minute delay before you make it on the span itself. this morning's commute in san jose, that's off to a good start. northbound 280 traffic is doing well. all lanes have just reopened at devil's slide. so that's good news. let's go to steve. >>> colder this morning. mostly clear. a few low clouds around. yesterday was coastal variety. it's colder this morning. it's going to get colder. a lot of sunshine. incr
the valley floor. 37 in concord. 37 in walnut creek. so a chillier start in many areas. you're 10 degrees cooler than yesterday morning. around the bay area, widespread, mid-40s to the lower 50s. so not bad outside your door. if i back up this way, look at the pattern here. so there's the system that brought us a few sprinkles early yesterday morning. and now well off to the east. we have a ridge beginning to build on in. as it strengthens, the wind will begin to decrease and that will happen later on today. right now we still remain with a pretty good grade. and that is what's continuing our morning breeze. so in a nutshell sunny skies today. breeze for the morning hours. we'll see a warmer afternoon as the ridge begins to gain control over the bay area. it's going to help warm us up. 64 degrees here. 62 san rafael. mid-60s for concord. down in the south bay you have a nice one in stored for you. low 60s for santa cruz in the afternoon. extended forecast here, so we have a couple of weak systems that will not bring us any rain, but will bring down the ridge just a little bit on monday. t
in that area. let's go to 680 walnut creek. southbound is backed up out of concord, all the way down to elsero, the scene of an earlier crash. there was still some debris there. 680 in danville and walnut creek, a big mess. the alternate if you know it is to use some side streets to get through. and at the bay bridge toll plaza, we have a 25 to 30- minute delay trying to get into san francisco. this might improve in about an hour. right now it's not going anywhere. let's go to steve. >>> good morning, everybody. clear skies. cold this morning for some. although, vacaville, 51 degrees because they have a northeast breeze to 26 miles an hour. it's not that bad. it will be a sunny day. a few high clouds, about all we can write home about. kentfield, 65. today 66. but these temperature trends will continue to go up to at least friday. san francisco 58 to 60. 65 in concord. san jose from 61. today, 64. yep. there's plenty going on. just not here. it's going up and over the ridge of high pressure and diving into the middle of the country for an unbelievable amount of snow and rain. not here, 30s and
rider killed in a crash yesterday on highway 4 has been identified now as a 44-year-old man from concord. timothy ruvanin crashed into the back of a boxed truck. the chp is still investigating the crash but early reports indicate he may have been driving too fast. the truck driver was not injured. >>> california regulators have lifted a seize and assist order against two of three lift cars. both were criticized by taxi services for taking away fares. a third company scicar is not included in the suit. >>> a noro virus broke out. and the deli owner says it was spread because of two workers that came to work sick. >> reporter: some of its customers are now just getting back on their feet. >> i just woke up during the night friday night. >> on saturday that's when the diarrhea set on and i could not move. >> reporter: juan carlos morales and toshia pereira got sick after a luncheon at work. at first pereira thought it was something she cooked at night. >> i went downstairs, threw away all the pasta. and decided i was going to die the next few days because i was so ill. >> reporter: but afte
identified now as a 44-year-old man from concord. timothy ruvanin crashed into the back of a boxed truck. the chp is still investigating the crash but early reports indicate he may have been driving too fast. the truck driver was not injured. >>> california regulators have lifted a seize and assist order against two of three lift cars. both were criticized by taxi services for taking away fares. a third company scicar is not included in the suit. >>> a noro virus broke out. and the deli owner says it was spread because of two workers that came to work sick. >> reporter: some of its customers are now just getting back on their feet. >> i just woke up during the night friday night. >> on saturday that's when the diarrhea set on and i could not move. >> reporter: juan carlos morales and toshia pereira got sick after a luncheon at work. at first pereira thought it was something she cooked at night. >> i went downstairs, threw away all the pasta. and decided i was going to die the next few days because i was so ill. >> reporter: but after several workers called in sick, the company called the
. about 7:30 tonight, san francisco police left the concord apartment here that belongs to anne collins, kevin collin's mother. as you see in these exclusive pictures three invest investigators from the san francisco police department isn't several hours tonight talking to kevin collin's mother, two of his sisters and a brother. we know police showed them this picture of the lead suspect dan therrien who died in 1978. they also showed them what he looked like in 1974, when witnesses say they saw kevin talking to a man with a big black dog. >> i am convinced that the investigation is going in the right direction. >> reporter: that direction led them last week to dig up the concrete floor of the garage of this house on masonic where therrien lived. two different cadaver dogs alerted at the same spot. they believe the dog fragments found may be dog not human. two witnesses who saw kevin with a man with a dog back then could not pick thierrien out of a photo line up. >> that's correct neither of them could. >> reporter: now less than two hours ago anne collins left here with her daughters
and teammate. good evening. i'm frank somerville >> and i'm julie haener. the accident happened in concord this accident at solano way and grant street. ktvu's debra villaons live now. >> reporter: the accident is raising safety questions about where it happened. >> his body was here. this is where his seat is. >> reporter: markings where a boy landed knocked from his flip-flops left in the crosswalk. >> but then i recognized him. >> reporter: this witness ran up and realized the unconscious victim hit by this car was a classmate. >> he wasn't responding. i tried to, you know, say some thoughtful worlds to him, but i don't know -- words to him, but i don't know if he heard me or not. >> reporter: friends identify him as 14-year-old joey hornsby at mount diablo high school where he's on the basketball team, players showing up for practice but in light of his injury canceled it and linked hands to pray. >> they told us he had just got pressure relieved from his brain and he's in a coma. we're just praying he makes it through and he's all right. >> we don't really understand it. it's like
in san francisco but it will be sunny, 58 concord from 51 to 63 and san jose cool yesterday. 62 degrees today. 30s for many and mid 30s for some. livermore is in there. concord. not far. that's 32 in napa. lots of lower 30s toward and i want you to get around park wood side 33. san jose at 39. lot of 30s. a few high clouds but no big deal. a little bit warmer today but it's a dry forecast. the system will come in tomorrow but it will stay north and east of us and we get a little cool down and partly cloudy skies and after that everything is sunny and warmer weather until we head toward next week. 60s or a few 50s but closer to average for this time of year. we'll ease up into a cooler pattern saturday and then warm it right back up next week. >> thank you. japan's safety board now says it knows what is causing some of the problems with boeings dream liner jets. cracks in cockpit glass are blamed on improper taping and breaking problems were blamed on a faulty part. but investigators in japan and the u.s. say they're no close tore figuring out the reason for the battery issue. boeing is
municipal airports could see cuts. >> reporter: well gasia, we are at buchanan field in concord. about 257 aircrafts take off and land on this runway every day. and the faa employees that work in this control tower right next to us, they guide those pilots in and out of the area safely. the control tower in this airport the ones in livermore, napa, santa rosa and concord are all on a list that may have their control towers shut down. if a deal on the federal budget isn't reached by the end of next week. a company that provides fuel, parking and other services to planes here say without a control tower, air traffic would plummet and business would nose dive. many of the corporate jets will not come to an airport without a control tower. he says those corporate jets make up about 80% of his business. >> it's really dangerous to operate without the tower. a lot of our business jet carriers will not surf the airport if they are shut down. i may be faced with having to lay employees off. >> reporter: over the phone he explained that most planes would still be able to take off and land here. es
in concord. christian kaplan ktvu channel 2. >>> pleasantton, police are matting the death of a man whose body was found in a garbage. it was discovered about 11:45 this morning at the recycling center on bush road. news chopper 2 flewover heads investigators and police were looking for evidence. so far there is no word on the man's name or how he died. >>> the coast guard has suspended it search for four people who apparently abandon tear sailboat two days ago. eric rasmussen continues our coverage where coast guard officials acknowledge there is a possibility they maybe dealing with a hoax. eric. >> reporter: commander here said they are pursuing every avenue to find out what happened. the bottom line is they found no evidence of a boat or a missing persons report for the people who made a radio disstress call from the water own sunday. >> two days of searching. 20,000 square miles covered by air and sea turned up no sign of missing sailboat or the family on board who made a call for help sunday amp. >> coast guard here. abandoning a ship. >> while the coast guard stopped short of decla
've been spotted in a remote area of the amazon in peru. amber lee is live in concord where their family says they need proof before they can celebrate. >> reporter: we're at the home of garrett's sister, where his mom released a statement that says, until we hear from garrett, we cannot -- >> panic set in when they didn't hear from the couple who had been posting updates of their trip regularly on social media. relatives now say they suspect the couple hadn 't been in touch because they were in the remote area. >> to tell her how much i was worried about her and how i wish they would have stayed in contact. hopefully they just didn't have reception. >> reporter: i spoke by phone with garrett's mother francine fitzgerald. she says she received phone calls from the american embassy and peruvian police. a friends says the family is just anxious hearing from the couple. >> they're holding together, they're staying strong. it's been a rough two weeks. >> reporter: in el sebrante tonight at the peddler's workshop, the boss and coworkers celebrated the news that the couple may have been found.
area of the amazon in peru. amber lee is live in concord where their family says they need proof before they can celebrate. >> reporter: we're at the home of garrett's sister, where his mom released a statement that says, until we hear from garrett, we cannot -- >> panic set in when they didn't hear from the couple who had been posting updates of their trip regularly on social media. relatives now say they suspect the couple hadn 't been in touch because they were in the remote area. >> to tell her how much i was worried about her and how i wish they would have stayed in contact. hopefully they just didn't have reception. >> reporter: i spoke by phone with garrett's mother francine fitzgerald. she says she received phone calls from the american embassy and peruvian police. a friends says the family is just anxious hearing from the couple. >> they're holding together, they're staying strong. it's been a rough two weeks. >> reporter: in el sebrante tonight at the peddler's workshop, the boss and coworkers celebrated the news that the couple may have been found. >> we were hoping for the b
am alive. we go live to hear from his mother, she is speaking from her home in concord. >> for everything that they have done for us, for our family in bringing them home and we would like to thank the peruvian government for their tireless effort and their resources to locate my son garrett hand and jamie. and last i want to thank all of you. i personally want to thank the media. for caring about us. for spreading the word. i finally heard my son's voice today and you all helped make that happen. i am so happy that my son is well. so now our family has a lot to process. and i think it will take some time. i can't wait to see my son and his girlfriend jamie walking off a plane in sfo and grabbing him in my arms and holding him close to me. so thank you. thank you, thank you, thank you. we are eternally grateful to all of you. thank you. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> we will -- >> relief and gratitude from a mother in concord. explaining how she is now waiting to hold her son after speaking with him on the television two hours a-- telephone two hours ago. they w
and hail, concord fremont, maybe your backyard as well had hail. also into las vegas and arizona, 30s on the temperatures and 30s and 40s and we have a breeze with pacifica and that means it is cold out there. a lot of this cold air will continue to filter in and we will rebound slowly, windy at sometimes. temperatures 50s may be but a couple of low 60s, morgan hill, but it is soft 60s. sunny and breezy, a few high clouds, it looks cooler and breezy here for a while. >> not too bad. coming up, bad news for raiser nation, news that could lead out of the orange and black once again. >>> we have a story you will only see on 2. . >>> welcome back, we are following breaking news, office max is going to combine and merge and earlier this week reported that the wall street journal said the merger will allow office depot and office max to better compete with wal- mart target and amazon.com. we will have more on how it is affected today. >>> the nfl will not loan them money to build a stadium and there is not enough corporate interest at this time. meanwhile they show no interest and they say
sunny skies, 60 concord, down in to the south bay around 60 degrees. 61 loss gatos. the extended forecast, a warmer day tomorrow. once the ridge moves back n the winds will lighten up as well. not as strong for tomorrow afternoon. tomorrow looks to be the better day to be outside but today not so bad. into monday, tuesday, wednesday we don't budge a lot. in to the last week of february we are dry. if you are going to the new year parade i will have the outlook of your temperatures. >> breaking news to report on the east coast. the massachusetts institute of technology is on lockdown after a man with a rifle was seen in a building, several law enforcement agencies have responded to the campus in cambridge massachusetts. mit officials are telling students and workers to stay inside and report suspicious activity to campus police. we will have more of course on this breaking story as it becomes available. >> your time is 7:10. we have new and disturbing information about the death of a 10-year-old colorado girl. what police are saying hack the man accused of killing her and why he
, 39 areas around concord. these are some of the cooler spots but areas like santa rosa still warmer with the high clouds overhead. where the high died clouds are coming from. we have a weak disturbance that will continue north and east. for the afternoon partly cloudy, mostly sunny as the system move out of the way. a second system here going to also brush just the northern edge of california. the two combined will equal a minor cooldown and a return to the on shore flow that will happen later this afternoon. partly cloudy this morning, temperatures in the upper 30s to low to mid40s. a few low 40s as well as along the coastline. the on shore breeze will come back. that will lead to the low clouds, perhaps as early as tomorrow morning. temperatures today a few degrees cooler than yesterday and most cases, near the coastline with the on shore breeze we could see about five to ten degrees drop from yesterday afternoon. take a look here you can see the clouds moving through, probably about noontime, one, beginning to clear out and for your afternoon mostly sunny to partly cloudy, we do
rain is in caldecott, looks like alamo heading towards concord, present hill, not a lot, a little towards oakland and back on the bay bridge, looks like fso and a little bit around half-moon bay and bellingham. green is turning to white and we have mention precipitation up into mendocino and lake county and that's the main part of the system. 40s and 50s and i think thunderstorms with hail, this system is coming in with primetime, late morning, early after noon cold rain, unsettled into wednesday, it might clip us on thursday, and i don't think there will be anymore in the way of precipitation. we are finally getting more in the way of snow since january it has been dry but do you have a little bit of snow, brian? >> reporter: just a dusting at 2027 feet, you can see on the ground it is not much but we will celebrate as we know more is on the way. it was just enough to bring up chain controls on interstate 880, chains dropped and folks were unprepared as we know and more is on the way. we didn't see any rain in sacramento and it is on its way, this takes us over the mountains and
and palo alto all 32 degrees, concord 33 it will be sunny but not very warm. temperatures will struggle to stay in the upper 50s or very, very low of 0s. -- office. >>> still -- 60l1sl0. >>> still ahead, a big fire ripping through a home in mt. diablo, we will have a live report caused by all those flames. >>> we have a muddy mess which could affect the morning commute and we will tell you how and when heavy machinery will be brought in. >>> and also topping the news on wall street, we will explain more coming up. [ announcer 1 ] today's business travel challenge: redeeming a reward flight. the other airlines versus southwest. [ starter's airhorn ] these executives have earned reward flights... [ announcer 2 ] they just need to pick a date. those other airlines never make it easy. oh, that's a great day to fly. ahh! he just got the blackout knockout! but here's the southwest solution! every date is available and so is every seat! this executive can't lose! he's a champ with rapid rewards. business travelers win with southwest! . >>> welcome back, we want to talk about office depot and o
in napa, 38 in san rafael, 36 in kentfield, 65 yesterday, san francisco was 58 yesterday, concord, 2 and 61 to 64 degrees. cool to cold lows but everything is inches upwards on the high temperatures and we are getting to a few mid-to- upper 60s if not tomorrow it will be thursday and friday. everything continues to ride up and over that ridge of high pressure and it's going east. 67 santa rosa, 65 in oakland. lots of sunshine even warmer on thursday. no big deal 70s on the high temperatures and weekend is a little cooler but still nice. >>> there is a push to legalize it in california and it may still be on the ballot. >>> a new push to see the next san francisco supervisor is a mom. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ [ male announcer ] save t
, brian. >>> the teenager hit by a car in concord this week is expected to make a full recovery. 14-year-old joey hornsby was walking to basketball practice when he was hit in a crosswalk. he was put in a medically- induced coma. there's concern about internal pleading but now doctors -- bleeding but now doctors say he will be okay. >>> a stolen car crashed into a business in contra costa county. the latest incident was at the verizon door on pleasant drive and police say the man stole cell phones and tablets and then stole an suv driven by another person. this is december 18th last year, a stolen car slammed into front of the game stop. a suspect stole merchandise and is still out there on the loose. >>> today at the white house, president obama will award citizens medals to the six adults killed in the newtown school shooting. the sedge educators who died dedicated their -- six educators who died dedicated their lives to the school and the community. a dozen other americans will be awarded the presidential citizens' medal at the white house today. >>> senate republicans successny block
rafael. low 60s novato. santa rosa. napa. 61 for oakland today. 60 degrees in concord. 59 along the peninsula. for san francisco upper 50s. as we head south we are looking at 59 in san jose. 59 los gatos. 61 degrees for santa cruz. out at pebble beach for today we have temperatures in the 40s this morning. back into the upper 50s for the afternoon under mostly sunny skies. the extended forecast take a look at that. we are climbing each day. the over night lows becoming a little more comfortable. it will take awhile tuesday into wednesday. by valentines day mostly sunny skies and 67 degrees. nice enough to have a picnic outdoors. wear on our way to a warmup. i'll show you that timeline coming up. >>> mardi gras celebration tuns deadly -- turns deadly in new orleans. >>> new proposal that would allow people other than doctors to diagnosis you. and why it's even being considered. >>> first let's take you outside. looks like traffic is moving just fine. we checked with the chp. [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef s
evening. i'm frank somerville >> and i'm julie haener. the accident happened in concord this accident at solano way and grant street. ktvu's debra villaons live now. >> reporter: the accident is raising safety questions about where it happened. >> his body was here. this is where his seat is. >> reporter: markings where a boy landed knocked from his flip-flops left in the crosswalk. >> but then i recognized him. >> reporter: this witness ran up and realized the unconscious victim hit by this car was a classmate. >> he wasn't responding. i tried to, you know, say some thoughtful worlds to him, but i don't know -- words to him, but i don't know if he heard me or not. >> reporter: friends identify him as 14-year-old joey hornsby at mount diablo high school where he's on the basketball team, players showing up for practice but in light of his injury canceled it and linked hands to pray. >> they told us he had just got pressure relieved from his brain and he's in a coma. we're just praying he makes it through and he's all right. >> we don't really understand it. it's like you walk in t
know on the hayward side there's fog. concord, livermore, napa, santa rosa. yesterday, it was the north bay. patchy fog but hazy and warm. mostly sunny. higher clouds. next rain, thursday, friday. next thursday, friday. although it's looking more like a colder system than a rainy system. we need the rain. if you thought where is the breeze, there has not been much. others in the east bay, have a pretty good offshore wind continuing. that for shom the offshore breeze is in place. that means the coast has really nice weather. temperatures on the lows are even warmer that morning than yesterday it will be sunny. mostly cloudy. there's some higher clouds. i think most of those day towards more central california. 30s for some. 49. redwood city, san rafael is at 41. livermore is 32. so some of those higher clouds to the south, the forecast model picks up on it a little bit. mainly about san jose south and then the fog will fall apart. there will be some but then it will go away. today, a challengey start. hazy sunshine. highs, 7 in clearlake. 70 in gilroy. sonoma is in there. st. helena warm
vallejo. 59 concord. 57 hayward. we need rain. third driest january on record. big deal. records go way back, 1850. five-day forecast, showers on thursday. i wish we had something more juicy in the forecast. fog the lead story with sprinkles on thursday. >> it is what it is. >> yeah. >> thank you. >>> coming up on bay area news at 7:00 on tv 36, a close nit community stunned by the death of a mother, what neighbors are telling us about her daughter who is behind bars and a hostage crisis that made headlines is over. authorities explain why they moved in to save a 5-year-old boy. join us for these stories and more on bay area news at 7:00 on tv 36. >>> the 49ers take stock and so are their fans. in 3 minutes, we look at the missed opportunities on the 49ers player roster. >>> we have come a long way towards fulfilling this dream. but having come a long way is not just to suggest we completed the journey. >> former adviser for dr. martin luther king, jr. gave a lecture today. he co-wrote the i have a dream speech. today the professor offed a glimpse of his part. >>> 49ers back home a lut
. the court has 90 days to issue its decision. >>> tomorrow the city of concord may move closer to banning marijuana growing operations outdoors. in december, the city council asked the city attorney to write up a proposed ban. residents complained about the smell of pot growing and expressed concern about crime. the planning commission will take up the issue at its meeting tomorrow night at 7:00. >>> san francisco leaders say they will be celebrating this valentine's day with a global effort to end violence against women and children. supporters of the b day awareness movement are organizers a splash mob. >> i think it's really important for men to show up and really stand up because this is not about women. this is about all of us and again real men do not abuse other people. they certainly do not abuse more vulnerable people and they do not abuse women. >> we posted more information under web links on our home page. there you can find a video of the dance that organizers plan to perform. >>> the 49ers packed up their gear today and hugged each other goodbye. robert handa live in santa c
was cut loose in 2010. >>> the city of concord is closer to banning the cultivation of marijuana. they voted 4-0 in favor of the measure that now goes to the counsel. they banned medical marijuana dispensary in 2005. the supreme court is weighing whether local governments have the right to enact such bans. >>> in an hour, san jose mayor will deliver his state of the city address. he is expected to talk about the rising crime rate and plans to create more jobs. he is also expected to suggest putting a sales tax increase next year. >>> texas governor is coming to the bay area on sunday in hopes of luring millionaires to his state. he criticized california and encouraging millionaires to move to texas. in november california voters raised the income tax to 13%. >>> the same weather system that gave us a soggy morning commute is bringing snow to the sierra. richard sharp is live with a look at how much snow the ski country is getting, is it coming down right now? . >> reporter: it is. but it came down pretty good this afternoon. chain controls in effect on interstate 80. the big prob
have a north wind. they would be in the 30s. novato is 32. concord 34. there is a lot of cold readings inland. everything says severe clear and it's a warmer pattern. wednesday, thursday, and friday we will see the first 70s of the season. some of the areas that will get the benefit of the north wind. i'm sure there will be patchy fog popping up. what pops up today will be very light. napa will be a little warm. which one degree warmer than yesterday. 60s for some today. it's gradual pattern. very mild to warm. a lot of sunshine. even warmer wednesday, thursday, and friday. i don't see much change here. >>> tomorrow night president obama will deliver his state of the union address. the white house says the main theme of the president's address will be so-called pocketbook issues. policies aimed at helping the middle class. last week the president gave house democrats a preview of what he will say. >> i'm going to be talking about making sure that we're focused on job creation here in the united states of america. it means that -- >> the white house says the following the state of the u
:00 hour. you can see some 60s already out towards san jose and walnut creek. concord checking in 60 degrees. santa rosa 57. napa still on the cooler side. at last check reporting 50 degrees. forecast headlines for tonight, patchy fog and clearing out there for today. and then tomorrow some patchy morning fog, a little bit warmer. a few neighborhoods approaching the 70-degree mark as we do head toward thursday and friday. the weekend no rain clouds just yet. just a little bit of a dropoff in temperatures. high pressure continues to strengthen off shore. as a result, the storm track being pushed up way to our north. with the high in place, though, going to hold on to some patchy fog first thing tomorrow morning. it's a very stable setup. the key here, we're locked in this dry weather pattern right on through the weekend. our next chance of some rain and the forecast models kind of getting a better idea. that could be on tuesday. but does not look like a big deal at all in materials of significant rainfall but -- terms of significant rainfall but still a switch in the weather pattern n
they plan to expand the study to learn more. >>> the city of concord is warning residents about pockets of darkness. the lights in the area have been off after thieves stole copper wiring there last july. next week they plan to put up solar lights. >>> machine guns, assault weapons and a rocket launcher. these are the weapons deputies face every day. we will tell you about the plan to get them off the streets. >> only on 2, the one thing we found that would get people to support a tax on soda. >> first, bombs in a house depinated. the threat that led police to the suspects and the explosives. sts. >>> in santa clara authorities detonated a explosive device at the home of a man accused of threatening a public official. he was arrested yesterday. investigators searched his home today. he was arrested on several charges including suspicion of making criminal threats and threatening a public official. >>> new gun buy back program will put $150,000 in to hands of residents giving up weapons. new tonight at 6:00 p.m. ktvu's patty lee with the steps authorities are taking a get guns off the st
kentfield in there as well. fairfield, 37. livermore, concord, all in the 30s. but i tell ya, except for fog we can't find a fog. dense fog, hazy skies, windy east bay hills. saw gusts up to 50 at mount mt. diablo. gilroy, santa cruz. tomorrow will be warmer. it looks pretty good for saturday. a little cooler on sunday. we'll continue that into monday. tori and dave? >> all right. >>> a story everybody is talking about. an olympic star accused of killing his girlfriend. a popular fashion model. the ominous words she posted on the internet just before valentine's day. >> reporter: we're live in san jose where a high school football player was stabbed to death. we'll tell you what police are saying this morning and you will also hear from those who knew him. >>> and we're live in santa clara where investigators continue to take a look at this home that's believed to have explosives in it. we'll tell you about the homeowner's connection to a major tech company here in the bay area as "mornings on 2" continues. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's
are getting warming atmosphere and a nice -- nice night. 63 in concord. 63 in san jose. getting dark out there and it is february and we are still in the 60s. mile evening. cold real -- mild evening. cold real fast. and nice day tomorrow. as we head into the bay area weekend, more clouds come in, those clouds break down the ridge of high pressure that has been keeping us dry and bringing us a chance of showers tuesday. much cooler. cool tonight. temperatures over night mid- 30s. low 30s. frost in some areas. whatever you have this morning, you got tomorrow morning. coastal fog returns as well. fog hugs up against the coast tomorrow. poor visibilities. the high pressure stays with us, air sinks, warms and goes off shore. that is tomorrow. then it changes. winds come more westerly. highs tomorrow, yellows. those are 70s. that is a lot of 70ss for february. yellow represents areas in the upper 60s and low 70s. nice looking day for friday. highs tomorrow, 68 pittsburg. 68 livermore. 71 san jose, morgan hill. what are you going to do? it is really nice. but we need the rain. fortunately we ha
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